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101 Re: Washington Redskins taj Ned 20 Jun 2010, 19:29

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birali su OT sa no.4 mesta na draftu a sada su odradili trejd za još jednog. znači zid za Mekića se sprema kako nam mama Vilma ne bi imala napade ...

Redskins Trade for Jammal Brown
Jeff Duncan of The Times-Picayune reports that the Washington Redskins have acquired restricted free agent offensive tackle Jammal Brown from the New Orleans Saints.

The Saints will receive a conditional draft choice from the Redskins.

A first-round pick (13th overall) out of the University of Oklahoma in 2005, Brown has started all 58 games he's been active during his five-year NFL career, earning trips to the Pro Bowl after the 2006 and 2008 seasons. Brown missed the entire 2009 season after undergoing surgery to repair a sports hernia, but the restricted free agent was tendered at the "First- and Third-Round" level, which is slated to pay him $3.619 million dollars in base salary in 2010.

The emergence of Jermon Bushrod, who ably replaced Brown at left tackle as the Saints won their first Super Bowl in franchise history, made Brown expendable this off-season.

After the retirement of Chris Samuels earlier this off-season, the Redskins were rumored to be interested in acquiring Brown prior to the 2010 NFL Draft, but instead used their first-round pick on Trent Williams who, like Brown, played his college ball at Oklahoma. Williams spent the majority of his college career at right tackle, and acquiring Brown could help ease the rookie's transition to the NFL.







102 Re: Washington Redskins taj Pet 25 Jun 2010, 10:29

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Bad news for Fast Willie
Willie Parker | Redskins

Ryan O'Halloran of CSNWashington.com took a stab at predicting the Washington Redskins' 53-man roster. At the running back position, he lists four players: Clinton Portis, Larry Johnson, Mike Sellers and Ryan Torain.
Two noticeable absences from that group are Brian Westbrook (who hasn't yet signed with the team) and Willie Parker. Parker has been thought to be in danger of losing his job if Westbrook ends up signing, but O'Halloran writes that in this case he might be the odd man out even if Westbrook doesn't join the team. O'Halloran adds that "the Redskins should wait for the preseason to play out to see if a team panics and trades a draft pick for Parker" before releasing him.
Of course, there's still a lot to take place in training camp before a final decision is made on the Skins' running backs, so Parker will have the chance to showcase his abilities against the likes of Portis and Johnson. But as Dennis Hoffmeyer of FFToolbox.com notes, Parker's limited value as a special teams player and pass-catcher out of the backfield doesn't help his odds of sticking around.







103 Re: Washington Redskins taj Pet 25 Jun 2010, 10:34

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Albert Haynesworth

bice pravo cudo ako uspeju nekom da ga uvale. mada se mozda i pojavi u kampu.



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104 Re: Washington Redskins taj Sub 26 Jun 2010, 10:41

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The latest on Haynesworth
Albert Haynesworth | Redskins

There weren't any major developments in the Albert Haynesworth saga Thursday, while the big development Friday was whether or not the account @alhaynesworth was legit; given that it's now inactive, that is certainly in doubt. And while Haynesworth could still end up playing for the Washington Redskins this season (more on that below), plenty of speculation remains as to where he might go if the Skins choose to get rid of him.

SilverandBlackPride.com, an Oakland Raiders blog, argues that Haynesworth could potentially be exactly what Al Davis' team needs. It is a convincing argument in many respects (Oakland plays a 4-3, and there is some veteran leadership already in place on the team's defense that could help keep Haynesworth in check). But the Raiders seem to be benefiting this offseason from a renewed sense of team chemistry that could potentially be seriously altered by bringing a player like Haynesworth on board, so there are plenty of reasons for the team to stay away, as well.
Additionally, the Raiders are already without their first pick in the 2011 draft, and it doesn't seem as though they'd want to lose any more picks.
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On Wednesday morning, Haynesworth released a statement that indicated he may still end up playing for Washington in 2010. Rick Maese of the Washington Post posted the text of the statement on Twitter: "Despite my current differences with the Redskins, I have always planned to attend training camp and honor my contract. I am continuing to prepare for the season individually and will report on time, in shape and ready to play football. Any issues I have with the club I will discuss privately and therefore do not plan to make any further public comments."
Well, sounds good on his end. It would appear that it's up to the new Shanahan-Allen regime to determine whether they want him to be there. ESPN's NFC East blogger Matt Mosley thinks Haynesworth could still be on the way out:
Matt Mosley
Skins will keep trying to move Albert
"I believe the Redskins will continue to look for a trading partner for Haynesworth, but it's unlikely that a team would give up anything significant at this point in the proceedings. Even though the Redskins have already paid $32 million of the $41 million in guaranteed money they committed to Haynesworth, it wouldn't shock me if they released the player. Mike Shanahan and Bruce Allen have attempted to change the club's culture, and they're not about to allow one player to undermine that conversion."







105 Re: Washington Redskins taj Sub 26 Jun 2010, 11:06

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Skins content with RBs?
Washington Redskins

As we wrote Friday, free agent running back Brian Westbrook might have many more suitors than originally thought, meaning he could opt against signing with the Washington Redskins, one team that has offered him a deal.
However, the Skins might be fine with proceeding without him. Offensive coordinator Kyle Shanahan told Rick Maese of the Washington Post that Clinton Portis could do very well as the team's third-down back, because of Portis' impressive pass-blocking ability. Westbrook would seemingly fit in best with Washington as a third-down back (he excels as a receiver out of the backfield), so one has to wonder if the Skins might be willing to tell Westbrook "thanks, but no thanks" if he doesn't make a decision on a team soon.







106 Re: Washington Redskins taj Čet 15 Jul 2010, 00:14

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Big Al izgubio 15kilograma za tri meseca. . . ocigledno da je resio da bude DE u 3-4 odbrani. moram priznati da izgleda odlicno.







107 Re: Washington Redskins taj Čet 15 Jul 2010, 08:17

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Da je'ote, krmak izgleda odlucio igrat... Zanimljivo ce biti u metrpopoli ove godine...



108 Re: Washington Redskins taj Ned 18 Jul 2010, 22:45

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@kb8 ::Da je'ote, krmak izgleda odlucio igrat... Zanimljivo ce biti u metrpopoli ove godine...

Bio bi i red da vrati malo onih para ulozenih u njega.

109 Re: Washington Redskins taj Pet 30 Jul 2010, 15:13

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Washinghton Washinghton Washinghton Washinghton Redskins give No. 4 overall pick Williams a six-year, $60M deal Washinghton Washinghton Washinghton Washinghton



he Washington Redskins have reached an agreement with No. 4 overall pick Trent Williams on a six-year, $60 million contract.

Williams plans to sign the deal in the morning, then participate in Friday's practice at training camp.

The deal, which has $36.75 million in guaranteed money, ends a one-day holdout after Williams missed the first day of camp Thursday.

Williams is projected to be Washington's starting left tackle, filling the void left by the retirement of six-time Pro Bowl pick Chris Samuels.

110 Re: Washington Redskins taj Pon 02 Avg 2010, 16:10

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Дебели никако да прође кондициони тест Laughing

111 Re: Washington Redskins taj Pon 02 Avg 2010, 16:12

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i drugi put pao?

112 Re: Washington Redskins taj Pon 02 Avg 2010, 16:16

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Проћи ће до почетка сезоне Embarassed

113 Re: Washington Redskins taj Pon 02 Avg 2010, 22:11

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Pao dva puta,onda se nesto setkao kraj terena.

114 Re: Washington Redskins taj Pon 02 Avg 2010, 22:12

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bogami, kad takvo krme padne...

115 Re: Washington Redskins taj Pon 02 Avg 2010, 23:46

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sramota je da covek koji treba da uzme 21milion za sezonu dodje nespreman.
verovatno da se cela unija igraca stidi ove bitange za koga su i pricali da mu netreba dati veliki ugovor ali jbg tu su crvenokozci da zajebu celu pricu.
evo na Espnu Majk G. nas covek list pokazuje koliko je potrebno da prodjes test. sramota







116 Re: Washington Redskins taj Pon 02 Avg 2010, 23:49

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Док год има будала да плаћају...

117 Re: Washington Redskins taj Uto 03 Avg 2010, 02:06

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@Mifoche ::Док год има будала да плаћају...

Rekoh ja, odavno je NFL postao



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118 Re: Washington Redskins taj Uto 03 Avg 2010, 14:51

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Mnogo dobra slika.... Cool Cool



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119 Re: Washington Redskins taj Uto 03 Avg 2010, 18:52

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Pao i treci put juce.

120 Re: Washington Redskins taj Sre 04 Avg 2010, 15:44

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Washinghton Washinghton Washinghton Washinghton Washinghton Exclusive interview: McNabb as Redskin Washinghton Washinghton Washinghton Washinghton Washinghton



Mike and Susan Sacks used to be devout Eagles fans. Cheered when their team won, gnashed their teeth when it lost. That all changed on Easter Sunday, though, when the Birds traded Donovan McNabb to the Washington Redskins.

Now, the Sacks - who live in Coplay, a small town just north of Allentown - sing "Hail to the Redskins" rather than "Fly, Eagles, Fly."

They made the 4-hour drive yesterday morning to watch their new favorite team and their old favorite quarterback. Susan wore a maroon Redskins jersey with McNabb's name and number. Mike was wearing a white Redskins baseball cap. Susan held up a sign that read: "When the Eagles traded Donovan, they traded me too."

The Sacks' sign caught McNabb's eye as he walked onto the practice field at Redskins Park for the team's 2 1/2-hour morning training camp session. He smiled and gave them a thumbs up.

"Hey, that sounds good," he said of the sign later in a lunchtime interview with the Daily News. "Neither one of us wanted to leave."

The 33-year-old quarterback is happy to be a Redskin. But that doesn't mean he's happy to be an ex-Eagle. The April 4 trade wasn't his idea, it was the team's. And while he's looking forward to a new NFL adventure in D.C. with the Redskins, he would have been perfectly content to finish out his career in Philadelphia.

"I had already said I wanted to stay there," McNabb said. "Andy said, 'You're going to be my guy. Don't worry about it.' But I've seen it happen through the years with other guys like Troy [Vincent] and Bobby [Taylor] and even Dawk [Brian Dawkins]. They communicate back and forth and it's, 'Yeah, you're our guy.' But then you're not.

"It's a breath of fresh air [to be with the Redskins]. Especially with everything that happened over the last 3 years with, 'Will he be here? Will he be gone? Is this it? Do we move on now?' When it finally happened, it was like, OK, now I can finally just play football. I can start over and hit this thing running."

He waved goodbye to a team he helped guide to eight playoff appearances and five NFC Championship Game berths in the last 10 years, and said hello to one that is coming off a four-win season and has been to the postseason just twice in this millennium.

But he is looking forward to the challenge of trying to help turn around the Redskins. He likened it to the anticipation he felt in 1999 when he was selected by the Eagles with the second pick in the draft.

"They were 3-13 the year before they drafted me," he said. "The next year, we went 5-11 and then the next year we went 10-6. After that, we were winning 10, 11 games almost every year and going to the playoffs. Not only did we get spoiled as players, but the organization and the fans got spoiled, because that's what they were seeing every year.

"You come here [to the Redskins], it's like, will we win more than four games? Will we make it to the playoffs? That's the thing that excites me because it's the [same kind of] challenge [as 1999]
"That's the drive to lead this team to the playoffs. To be able to experience that again. They haven't been in the playoffs in what, 4 years? To be able to get back to that point, that's what the fans are looking for. And that's what's driving me."

With the addition of McNabb and the hiring of coach Mike Shanahan, the Redskins should be better this season. How much better remains to be seen. They have three new starters on the offensive line. McNabb's receiving corps, well, the fact that they're counting heavily on 38-year-old Joey Galloway tells you all you need to know about that group.

The morning practice was a typical up-and-down McNabb performance. Early on, he hit Galloway, who had gotten behind cornerback Carlos Rogers and safety LaRon Landry, with a perfectly thrown bomb. A few plays later, he rolled to his left and threw a poor 10-yard pass to Galloway that hit the ground 2 feet in front of the receiver.

A little while after that, he threaded a red-zone touchdown pass to tight end Fred Davis. A little after that, he was wild high with a slant pass to Galloway.

While there was a sense in Philadelphia that the Eagles' young receivers were ready for a quarterback change, McNabb's new teammates couldn't be happier that the six-time Pro Bowler is a Redskin.

"I was shocked when I heard about the trade," tight end Chris Cooley said. "Not just that we got him, but that Philly let him go. Good for us.

"Donovan is going to make all of the players on this offense better. He just has such an ability to get guys the ball. He has the confidence to get us the ball and put it in tight spots and to give us a chance to make plays."

Right guard Artis Hicks, who played for the Eagles from 2002 to '05 and joined the Redskins in March, said McNabb "is going to be a great leader for us. He commands your attention in the huddle. You've got to have that. You've got to have presence in the huddle.

"Every man, especially on offense, wanted to kind of size Donovan up a little bit his first day here. And I commend him for being here that first Monday. He was traded on a Sunday, and our next workout day, he was here. He gave guys a chance to get a feel for him and feel his personality out. Everyone saw that he was a genuine guy. He's a great guy. That's more important than anything else. Because if you're not a likable guy, it's hard to get guys to follow you."

McNabb is gone but not forgotten in Philadelphia. The talk shows still take pot shots at him whenever the opportunity arises.

During an interview with a Tampa radio station last week, the quarterback was asked about the fact that he hadn't yet won a Super Bowl title. He responded by saying that, while winning a Super Bowl is an outstanding achievement, it shouldn't reflect on the type of career a player has had.

Well, the boys and girls on talk radio had a field day with that comment.

"When I apologize for not winning a Super Bowl [which he did last month on 97.5 The Fanatic], they say, 'Oh, he's not serious,' " McNabb said. "Then when I say what I said last week, they rip me for that. It's a no-win situation.

"It's a shame that [not winning a Super Bowl] has to be the telling tale of somebody's career. Think about it. Walter Payton was the greatest running back of all time. But it wasn't until he won the Super Bowl that people started talking about him being the best. But he never scored a touchdown in that Super Bowl.

"Dan Marino never won a Super Bowl. Same with Fran Tarkenton. Are their careers failures? Not at all. I would love to be like Dan Marino. John Elway, until he won those two Super Bowls, everybody talked bad about him."

McNabb, who described his 11 years in Philadelphia as "exciting" and "passionate," insisted that he has given little thought to his return to Lincoln Financial Field in Week 4.

"Just when I get hit with the questions," he said. "Oct. 3 is a long time away. I'm looking forward to us continuing to improve every day here in camp and then doing the same thing in the preseason, then get ready for the regular season."

If there is any bitterness over the trade, McNabb hides it well. He is grateful to coach Andy Reid for finding a good home for him in Washington rather than shipping him to some NFL gulag like Oakland or Buffalo.

"Andy found a good place for me, Andy found a good place for me," McNabb said, making it clear that if others in the organization had their druthers, he would not have remained in the NFC East.

"Andy and I had a lot of success together," he said. "I'm sure it was a tough decision for him. But we're still good friends. I want nothing but the best for him."


121 Re: Washington Redskins taj Sub 07 Avg 2010, 15:09

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Kako izgleda ovaj test koji Haynesworth ne moze da prodje.. Hmm

122 Re: Washington Redskins taj Sub 07 Avg 2010, 22:20

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opet pao. pa sta je taj radio pola godine...

Haynesworth Passes Conditioning Test

Washington Redskins defensive lineman Albert Haynesworth has completed the two sets of 300-yard shuttle runs this morning, Jason Reid of the Washington Post reports.

Rick Maese confirms that Haynesworth passed the test, meaning the 6-6, 330-pounder can participate in the team's practice today, which will be open to the public.

The next drama will be how long it takes Haynesworth to work with the first-team defense







123 Re: Washington Redskins taj Sub 14 Avg 2010, 20:46

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Redskinsi dobro krenuli.....



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124 Re: Washington Redskins taj Ned 15 Avg 2010, 12:50

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Pricajte vi o Haynsowrthu sta ocete,ali u prvoj predsezonskoj je prolazio pored dvojice linijasa dosta puta,ni double coverage ne ide na njega

Skinsi veoma dobri,Shanahan i Mekic se udruzili,odbrana standard dobra,predvidjam im dobru sezonu



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125 Re: Washington Redskins taj Pon 16 Avg 2010, 12:13

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